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We are trying to bleed brakes on CASE 426C Backhoe. But for some reason it is not working. What can I do to get it right?

Probably blew the master cylinder when you lost the brakes.

When an older vehicle's pedal goes ALL the way to the floorboards,the master cylinder "sees" crud at the end it never touched B-4.The seals have been damaged. Possible to get a kit to fix it but don't. Get a rbld. master and start over. Done.

Nov 11, 2014 | Toys

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I need to know where the bleeding screw for brakes on jcb214e backhoe

most of those type of equipment have inboard brakes in the axle tubes of the rear gear assembly i.e. follow your brake lines from the master cylinder to the rear axle assembly,the lines usually go in and to a caliper and another line comes out to a bleeder tip nipple ,some models are actually inside the axle tubes them selves requiring disassembly of the wheels ,axle tubes etc. until you get to the inboard rotors and calipers ,major work for such a minute ordeal this is done to keep the system protected believe it or not,i would obtain yourself a model repair manual if i were you or you could also go to jcb and ask them for a photo copy of the entire brake hydraulic system

Feb 28, 2012 | Jcb Bruder JCB Loader Backhoe

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I have a 2004 Chevy Malibu. I have replaced the front brake pads, calipers and rotor and bled the brakes but they are still mushy. I heard that they have to be gravity bled. My question is: Do the brakes...

no,to gravity beed just open bleeder remove master cylinder cap & dont let it go empty.
if you only opened the front you may just need to bleed the front.some times pumping up
brakes before bleeding will help start the gravity bleed.

good luck

Jun 22, 2011 | 2004 Chevrolet Malibu

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Brake pedal dosnt apply till close to the floor..recently had a brake line replaced..i was told they bled the brakes. so im not sure if they should be bled again or a pedal adjustment

Thanks for choosing FixYa and welcome to the site. More then likely, they need bled again. Also, make sure that you have brake fluid in the vehicle as well.

Apr 11, 2011 | 1999 Buick Regal

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I replaced brake shoes and brake pads, bled brakes, still have spongy brakes


Your Masre Cylinder needs bled or its only working for front r back:

#2- To much shoe to Drum Brake Clearance

Sep 28, 2010 | 1995 Ford F250

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Caterpillar 426c Problem will not shift Into forward and Reverse

It sound like it could be a problem with FNR shift lever, is the harness running to the back still attached?

Mar 06, 2010 | Caterpillar Backhoe Tractor

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Brakes don't work on polo n reg bled them seemed fine till turned engine on moved car 10ft no brakes

did you change the pads? if so when you bled the brakes did you make sure that all air was out of every line? if you bled the brakes for another reason you need to specify why

Sep 25, 2009 | Volkswagen Golf Cars & Trucks

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Transmission on Backhoe

I think you need Check your Transmission Pressuer of your machine. After That Change Recormanded Transmission Oil & Right Quntity. Transmission Pressure Should be 10-12 bar.

Jun 14, 2009 | Bruder Jcb 4CX Loader

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